From four career starts Boston Glory has a maiden win, the aforementioned second in the Norfolk and a third in the San Mateo Stakes. He's earned $67,850.Pre-entries for the Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships is set for Monday, Oct. 18.
Eagle Oak Ranch's Boston Glory, second to division leader Roman Ruler in the Oct. 3 Norfolk Stakes (gr. II) at Santa Anita in his last start, will most likely make his next start in the Oct. 30 Bessemer Trust Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I), trainer Eoin Harty said."(Owner Diane Rochelle) would like to go, so we're going to enter up and see what happens," Harty said.Harty indicated the bay son of Boston Harbor and the Unbridled mare Unbridled Glory came out of his most recent race in top shape and would breeze again, "at the end of the week." When the colt ships to Lone Star will be determined after his connections review the list of horses entered for racing's World Thoroughbred Championships Day.